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Among other nice things at the window last night (such as a gigantic  
long-horned beetle with antennae over twice its body length), was a Luna  Moth.  
This is about 2 months after their peak flight time, and I don't  remember 
ever having seen one before after mid-July.  It was quite  fresh, and 
obviously hadn't just survived all that time - the adults, I think,  live only a 
few days anyway.
 
Cheers!

Davie Rolnick
Rupert, VT

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